There is growing uncertainty around the future viability of the government’s identity assurance platform, Verify. What does that mean for GaaP?
More than half (53%) of organizations polled in the US, UK and Germany are ill prepared in cyber-security terms, with those respondents describing themselves as “cyber-novices”. What’s to be done and what’s the role of government?
Yahoo! pulled out of a Congressional meeting last month and Senators are pissed. Time for Marissa Mayer and team to review their disclosure thinking on the subject?
With concerns around security in the cloud addressed, what are the main remaining barriers to adoption? UKCloud’s Bill Mew seeks some answers.
The Public Accounts Committee points to inconsistent expectations and projects that have not been delivered – weakening the UK’s cyber defences.
Cloud computing means connecting applications, data and people in real-time to achieve business goals. Workday’s Erin Yang takes a fresh look at EAI
In part one of this interview, Dropbox CTO Aditya Agarwal explains how the file sync and share cloud platform has been engineered for enterprise scale
Privacy Shield was supposed to be the long-term replacement for Safe Harbor, but President Trump has blown a hole in it with his latest Executive Order and left the US cloud industry with a transatlantic problem.
A panel this week discussed how a smooth Brexit will mean focusing on regulation, not tariffs.
There’s a trust deficit around big business and the rise of populism to challenge the establishment. At Davos this week, business leaders debated whether size really matters.